Story of Ward-Belmont
Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.), Girls' schools – Tennessee – Nashville, Education, Secondary – Tennessee – Nashville, College preparatory schools – Tennessee – Nashville, Junior colleges – Tennessee – Nashville, Boarding schools – Tennessee – Nashville, Conservatories of music – Tennessee, Women's colleges – Tennessee – Nashville, Women -- Education – Tennessee – Nashville – 1865-1951.
Ward-Belmont provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. It was comprised of a Junior College, Preparatory School, Conservatory of Music and Schools of Art and Dancing for both boarding students and local day students. This promotional pamphlet from circa 1940 provides an overview of Ward-Belmont’s academic, athletic, and fine arts programs as well as student life, including clubs and the annual May Day Festival. In 1952, the newly named Belmont College became a co-educational college, while the high school division separated to form The Harpeth Hall School.
Publisher Ward-Belmont School
Digitizing sponsor LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor Harpeth Hall School
Collection harpethhall; americana
Notes The Title Page and the Cover Page are the same.
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